Doce Pares Multi-Style System
The home of Filipino martial arts is found in the island of Cebu. In 1932 the eskirma masters of Cebu formed the original Doce Pares (DoceParesInternational.Com), the oldest and largest fighting club in the Philippines.
Grandmaster Dionisio "Diony" Cañete continues the tradition and leadership through the development of sport sparring, the formation of WEKAF, and the curriculum of Doce Pares Multi-Style System. The Doce Pares Multi-Style System covers all aspects of Filipino martial arts, also known as, eskrima, kali and arnis:
* single stick (olisi/garote)
* double stick (sinawali/two swords)
* tapi-tapi (sticky or alive hands)
* dumog (grappling)
* knife techniques & drills (dagger/knife)
* espada y daga (sword & dagger)
Los Angeles Doce Pares (LADocePares.Com) was founded by Master Erwin Mosqueda and his students in October of 2004. LADP meets twice a week on Saturdays and Sundays, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. near Griffith Park.
Master Erwin Mosqueda is a 9th degree black belt in Doce Pares Multi-Style System. “Master Erwin Mosqueda began his training back at the old Doce Pares Headquarters in 1977. He's had the distinction of having trained under legendary Grandmasters such as Felimon 'Momoy' Canete, Ciriaco 'Cacoy' Canete, and their elder brother Eulogio Canete who served as the organization's president since its founding in 1932. These three legends together along with the two most talented sons of Eulogio namely Panfilo and Dionisio "Diony" Canete were the source of his knowledge and skill.” --DocePares.Net
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